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Grant Goltz Blackduck Pottery

  • Aired: 04/26/2017
  • 27:05
  • Rating: NR
Experimental archaeologist Grant Goltz shares his theory of how pre-contact indigenous people of our area made durable, multi-functional Blackduck pottery, with a group of First Nations Women from Winnipeg, Canada. While Goltz’s hands-on discoveries often don’t gain acceptance with established academia in the US, his experience & knowledge is greatly respected by our neighbors to the north.
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An experimental archaeologist shares his theory of how indigenous people made pottery.
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